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All the early Oscar bait, indie darlings and critically acclaimed films show up on “best-of-so-far” lists, but how about the movies that really stick with you – as in visiting your nightmares every so often, doling out heebie-jeebies and just freaking you out in general?

Plenty of cool horror films have haunted cineplexes this year, with “Us” as another crafty bit of terror from “Get Out” fear-meister Jordan Peele and the return of killer doll Chucky in a “Child’s Play” reboot. The latest is simply super-fun and crazy bloody: The horror comedy “Ready or Not” (in theaters Wednesday) stars Australian actress Samara Weaving as a new bride forced to play a seriously gnarly game of hide-and-seek against her murderous in-laws.

We’re dedicated to keeping you on the edge of your seat, so here are the best scare-fests of 2019 so far, ranked:

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17. ‘Child’s Play’

High-tech doll Chucky (voiced by Mark Hamill in full creep-out mode) is a best friend to the end for tween Andy (Gabriel Bateman) – which leads to some violent outcomes and Chucky hijacking a bevy of personal tech devices in this savvy remake of the 1988 cult classic.

16. ‘Pet Sematary’

While the 1989 adaptation of the Stephen King novel was forgettable, this sinister redo has some bite with the story of a family who just can’t let things go: first with the family cat and then a human youngster, both of whom come back in a supernaturally not great way. Campier than you’d expect but with all the dread you want and need.

15. ‘Annabelle Comes Home’

Third time’s the charm with the devil doll, which is housed by paranormal investigators Ed (Patrick Wilson) and Lorraine Warren (Vera Farmiga) in this 1970s-set tale. When mom and dad are on assignment, Annabelle gets loose and rounds up a demonic posse to attack young Judy Warren (Mckenna Grace) and her babysitters.

14. ‘The Perfection’

Former cello prodigy Charlotte (Allison Williams) seeks out current string superstar Lizzie (Logan Browning), and they go on a road trip that veers scarily off course in the musically tinged thriller, which is chock-full of disturbing images and storytelling surprises.

13. ‘The Wind’

Isolated on the American prairie, Lizzy Macklin (Caitlin Gerard) is a 19th-century frontierswoman who feels a sinister force all around her, though her husband (Ashley Zukerman) doesn’t believe her. It grows worse when a newlywed couple arrives and Lizzy’s home on the range becomes ground zero for darkness.

12. ‘Lords of Chaos’

In the 1980s, teenage musician Euronymous (Rory Culkin) starts a band devoted to “true Norwegian black metal.” Instead of just hailing Satan, the dude goes to extreme lengths to prove his metal-ness, and finds an outcast acolyte (Emory Cohen) even more committed to the cause.

11. ‘Happy Death Day 2U’

The first “Death Day” was a slasher take on “Groundhog Day,” and the horror-comedy sequel uses “Back to the Future II” as its primary inspiration in sending fed-up college student Tree Gelbman (Jessica Rothe) through yet another time loop where she has to avoid being killed by a baby-masked murderer.

10. ‘Climax’

An international best-of-the-best dance troupe (featuring stars Sofia Boutella and a bunch of real-life artists) works hard and plays harder. They spend one crazy night letting loose with cool moves but also unleashing violent tendencies – all thanks to some LSD-laced sangria – in the psychological thriller.

9. ‘Hagazussa’

If you liked the occult period weirdness of “The Witch,” you’ll dig its European cousin “Hagazussa.” Albrun (Aleksandra Cwen) is a young 15th-century goat herder and single mom who’s shunned as an outsider. Revenge and supernatural goings-on are both afoot in the unnerving German tale. 

8. ‘Velvet Buzzsaw’

Netflix’s satirical gore-fest centers on a gallery owner (Rene Russo), her ambitious assistant (Zawe Ashton), an eccentric critic (Jake Gyllenhaal) and other oddballs in the highfalutin L.A. art scene who become enamored with the found masterworks of a random dead man with a very strange backstory.

7. ‘I Trapped the Devil’

The slow-burn horror film finds Matt (A.J. Bowen) visiting estranged brother Steve (Scott Poythress) for an impromptu Christmas family reunion. Things take a turn for the worse when Matt finds out that his unhinged sibling has locked a stranger in the basement (“This Is Us” star Chris Sullivan) whom he believes is Satan.

6. ‘The Hole in the Ground’

Sarah (Seana Kerslake) is a young Irish mother who’s moved with her son Chris (James Quinn Markey) to a rural home right next to a gigantic sinkhole. That’s the first sign that something’s about to go very wrong – the second is when an elderly neighbor tells Sarah that’s not her kid and she seriously starts to wonder about that, too.

5. ‘Scary Stories to Tell in the Dark’

Co-written and produced by Guillermo del Toro, this is proof positive that you don’t need gore to make an audience cringe. The 1960s-set tale digs into racism and politics in addition to its fear factor pitting small-town teenagers vs. creatures spawned from a haunted tome. Good luck sleeping after you witness the grotesque Pale Lady and a pimple that’s totally not a pimple.

4. ‘Horror Noire: A History of Black Horror’

The fascinating documentary explores the complicated relationship between horror and black audiences, as seen through the lens of several luminaries in the genre, including 1990s “Candyman” star Tony Todd, “Blacula” director William Crain and filmmaker Jordan Peele, the latter whose breakthrough “Get Out” gets lots of love in the social-issues discussion.

3. ‘Midsommar’

Young couple Dani (Florence Pugh) and Christian (Jack Reynor) have their not-that-great relationship tested when they bear witness to cult craziness while attending a Swedish summer solstice festival. What will really stick with you, though, is how universally relatable writer/director Ari Aster’s messed-up breakup film is.

2. ‘Ready or Not’

We dare you to find a more enjoyable 96 minutes of mayhem, gore and gallows humor. Poor newlywed Grace (Samara Weaving) gets put through hell on her wedding night with her wealthy new family trying to kill her in this excellent cross between “Clue,” “You’re Next” and “The Purge.” A star-making vehicle for Weaving, “Ready” also unleashes the old-timey “The Hide Seek Song” as the spookily catchy cherry on top.

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1. ‘Us’

Yes, “Us” is also one of the very best flicks of 2019, but don’t sleep on the inherent fears mined and villains conjured (i.e., us) in Peele’s thought-provoking follow-up to “Get Out.” A family is beset one night by their murderous doppelgängers, giving Lupita Nyong’o a killer chance to shine in dual roles. 

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  • 24/7 Tempo has identified the top 100 grossing movies of all time based on domestic box-office data provided by Box Office Mojo. Scroll through to see them.1 of 101
  • 100. strongquot;Toy Story 3quot; /strong(2010) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $480,588,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $415,004,880 bull; Director: Lee Unkrich bull; Starring: Tom Hanks, Tim Allen2 of 101
  • 99. strongquot;Star Wars: Attack of the Clonesquot;/strong (2002) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $481,750,900 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $310,676,740 bull; Director: George Lucas bull; Starring: Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman, Carrie Fisher3 of 101
  • 98. strongquot;Avengers: Age of Ultronquot;/strong (2015) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $482,277,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $459,005,868 bull; Director: Joss Whedon bull; Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans4 of 101
  • 97. strongquot;Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomquot;/strong (1984) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $482,330,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $179,870,271 bull; Director: Steven Spielberg bull; Starring: Harrison Ford, Kate Capshaw5 of 101
  • 96.strong quot;M.A.S.H.quot;/strong (1970) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $483,694,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $81,600,000 bull; Director: Robert Altman bull; Starring: Donald Sutherland, Elliott Gould6 of 101
  • 95. strongquot;One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nestquot;/strong (1975) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $483,705,100 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $108,981,275 bull; Director: Milos Forman bull; Starring: Jack Nicholson, Louise Fletcher7 of 101
  • 94. strongquot;Swiss Family Robinsonquot;/strong (1960) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $484,810,100 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $40,356,000 bull; Director: Ken Annakin bull; Starring: John Mills, Dorothy McGuire8 of 101
  • 93. strongquot;Its a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Worldquot;/strong (1963) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $485,417,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $46,332,858 bull; Director: Stanley Kramer bull; Starring: Spencer Tracy, Milton Berle9 of 101
  • 92. strongquot;Transformers: Revenge of the Fallenquot;/strong (2009) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $485,647,400 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $402,111,870 bull; Director: Michael Bay bull; Starring: Shia LaBeouf, Megan Fox10 of 101
  • 91. strongquot;The Bridge on the River Kwaiquot;/strong (1957) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $490,144,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $27,200,000 bull; Director: David Lean bull; Starring: William Holden, Alec Guinness11 of 101
  • 90.strong quot;Men in Blackquot;/strong (1997) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $492,096,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $250,690,539 bull; Director: Barry Sonnenfeldnbsp; bull; Starring: Tommy Lee Jones, Will Smith12 of 101
  • 89. strongquot;Twisterquot;/strong (1996) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $492,740,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $241,721,524 bull; Director: Jan de Bont bull; Starring: Helen Hunt, Bill Paxton13 of 101
  • 88. strongquot;The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ringquot;/strong (2001) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $493,741,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $315,544,750 bull; Director: Peter Jackson bull; Starring: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen14 of 101
  • 87.strong quot;The Poseidon Adventurequot; /strong(1972) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $494,666,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $84,563,118 bull; Director: Ronald Neame bull; Starring: Gene Hackman, Ernest Borgnine15 of 101
  • 86. strongquot;The Best Years of Our Livesquot;/strong (1946) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $495,550,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $23,650,000 bull; Director: William Wyler bull; Starring: Myrna Loy, Dana Andrews16 of 101
  • 85. strongquot;Rockyquot;/strong (1976) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $495,910,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $117,235,147 bull; Director: John G. Avildsen bull; Starring: Sylvester Stallone, Talia Shire17 of 101
  • 84. strongquot;The Rocky Horror Picture Showquot;/strong (1975) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $496,175,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $112,892,319 bull; Director: Jim Sharman bull; Starring: Tim Curry, Susan Sarandon18 of 101
  • 83. strongquot;Lawrence of Arabiaquot;/strong (1962) bull; Domestic gross (adjustednbsp;for inflation): $499,005,800 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $44,824,144 bull; Director: David Lean bull; Starring: Peter OToole, Alec Guinness19 of 101
  • 82. strongquot;Lady and the Trampquot;/strong (1955) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $502,171,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $93,602,326 bull; Director: Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske bull; Starring: Barbara Luddy, Larry Roberts20 of 101
  • 81. strongquot;Close Encounters of the Third Kindquot;/strong (1977) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $503,863,900 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $135,189,114 bull; Director: Steven Spielberg bull; Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Franccedil;ois Truffaut21 of 101
  • 80. strongquot;Harry Potter and the Sorcerers Stonequot;/strong (2001) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $504,077,900 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $317,871,467 bull; Director: Chris Columbus bull; Starring: Daniel Radcliffe, Rupert Grint22 of 101
  • 79. strongquot;West Side Storyquot;/strong (1961) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $504,675,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $44,055,492 bull; Director: Jerome Robbins, Robert Wise bull; Starring: Natalie Wood, Richard Beymer23 of 101
  • 78. strongquot;Finding Doryquot;/strong (2016) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $505,984,400 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $486,295,561 bull; Director: Andrew Stanton, Angus MacLane bull; Starring: Ellen DeGeneres, Albert Brooks24 of 101
  • 77.strong quot;Beauty and the Beastquot;/strong (2017) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $511,751,900 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $504,014,165 bull; Director: Bill Condon bull; Starring: Emma Watson, Dan Stevens25 of 101
  • 76. strongquot;Smokey and the Banditquot;/strong (1977) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $512,064,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $126,737,428 bull; Director: Hal Needham bull; Starring: Burt Reynolds, Sally Field26 of 101
  • 75. strongquot;Tootsiequot;/strong (1982) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $512,704,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $177,200,000 bull; Director: Sydney Pollack bull; Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Jessica Lange27 of 101
  • 74. strongquot;Supermanquot;/strong (1978) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $517,029,800 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $134,451,603 bull; Director: Richard Donner bull; Starring: Christopher Reeve, Margot Kidder28 of 101
  • 73. strongquot;The Sixth Sensequot; /strong(1999) bull; Domestic gross (adjustednbsp;for inflation): $518,787,900 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $293,506,292 bull; Director: M. Night Shyamalan bull; Starring: Bruce Willis, Haley Joel Osment29 of 101
  • 72. strongquot;The Dark Knight Risesquot;/strong (2012) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $518,812,100 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $448,139,099 bull; Director: Christopher Nolan bull; Starring: Christian Bale, Tom Hardy30 of 101
  • 71. strongquot;The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towersquot; /strong(2002) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $520,104,800 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $342,551,365 bull; Director: Peter Jackson bull; Starring: Elijah Wood, Ian McKellen31 of 101
  • 70. strongquot;Back to the Futurequot;/strong (1985) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $532,046,400 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $210,609,762 bull; Director: Robert Zemeckis bull; Starring: Michael J. Fox, Christopher Lloyd32 of 101
  • 69.strong quot;Star Wars: Revenge of the Sithquot;/strong (2005) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $534,514,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $380,270,577 bull; Director: George Lucas bull; Starring: Hayden Christensen, Natalie Portman33 of 101
  • 68. strongquot;The Passion of the Christquot;/strong (2004) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $537,940,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $370,782,930 bull; Director: Mel Gibson bull; Starring: Jim Caviezel, Monica Bellucci34 of 101
  • 67. strongquot;National Lampoons Animal Housequot;/strong (1978) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $539,611,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $141,600,000 bull; Director: John Landis bull; Starring: John Belushi, Karen Allen35 of 101
  • 66. strongquot;The Greatest Show on Earthquot;/strong (1952) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $540,600,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $36,000,000 bull; Director: Cecil B. DeMille bull; Starring: James Stewart, Charlton Heston36 of 101
  • 65. strongquot;My Fair Ladyquot; /strong(1964) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $541,160,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $72,560,711 bull; Director: George Cukor bull; Starring: Audrey Hepburn, Rex Harrison37 of 101
  • 64.strong quot;Spider-Man 2quot;/strong (2004) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $542,030,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $373,585,825 bull; Director: Sam Raimi bull; Starring: Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst38 of 101
  • 63. strongquot;Cinderellaquot;/strong (1950) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $543,315,900 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $93,141,149 bull; Director: Clyde Geronimi, Wilfred Jackson, Hamilton Luske bull; Starring: Ilene Woods, James MacDonald39 of 101
  • 62. strongquot;Rogue One: A Star Wars Storyquot;/strong (2016) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $544,579,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $532,177,324 bull; Director: Gareth Edwards bull; Starring: Felicity Jones, Diego Luna40 of 101
  • 61. strongquot;The Towering Infernoquot;/strong (1974) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $552,994,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $116,000,000 bull; Director: John Guillermin bull; Starring: Paul Newman, Steve McQueen41 of 101
  • 60. strongquot;Finding Nemoquot;/strong (2003) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $554,894,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $380,843,261 bull; Director: Andrew Stanton, Lee Unkrich bull; Starring: Albert Brooks, Ellen DeGeneres42 of 101
  • 59. strongquot;The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the Kingquot;/strong (2003) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $555,373,700nbsp; bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $377,845,905 bull; Director: Peter Jackson bull; Starring: Elijah Wood, Viggo Mortensen43 of 101
  • 58. strongquot;The Bells of St. Marysquot;/strong (1945) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $565,333,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $21,333,333 bull; Director: Leo McCarey bull; Starring: Bing Crosby, Ingrid Bergman44 of 101
  • 57.strong quot;Batmanquot;/strong (1989) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $567,380,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $251,348,343 bull; Director: Tim Burton bull; Starring: Michael Keaton, Jack Nicholson45 of 101
  • 56. strongquot;Blazing Saddlesquot;/strong (1974) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $569,789,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $119,601,481 bull; Director: Mel Brooks bull; Starring: Cleavon Little, Gene Wilder46 of 101
  • 55. strongquot;Bambiquot; /strong(1942) bull; Domestic gross (adjustednbsp;for inflation): $574,049,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $102,247,150 bull; Director: Various bull; Starring: Hardie Albright, Stan Alexander47 of 101
  • 54. strongquot;Around the World in 80 Daysquot; /strong(1956) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $582,184,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $42,000,000 bull; Director: Michael Anderson, John Farrow bull; Starring: David Niven, Cantinflas48 of 101
  • 53. strongquot;Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Mans Chestquot;/strong (2006) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $582,301,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $423,315,812 bull; Director: Gore Verbinski bull; Starring: Johnny Depp, Orlando Bloom49 of 101
  • 52. strongquot;The Robequot; /strong(1953) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $589,745,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $36,000,000 bull; Director: Henry Koster bull; Starring: Richard Burton, Jean Simmons50 of 101
  • 51. strongquot;American Graffitiquot; /strong(1973) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $592,085,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $115,000,000 bull; Director: George Lucas bull; Starring: Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard51 of 101
  • 50. strongquot;Airportquot;/strong (1970) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $595,662,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $100,489,151 bull; Director: George Seaton, Henry Hathaway bull; Starring: Burt Lancaster, Dean Martin52 of 101
  • 49. strongquot;Incredibles 2quot;/strong (2018) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $597,356,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $608,581,744 bull; Director: Brad Bird bull; Starring: Craig T. Nelson, Holly Hunter53 of 101
  • 48. strongquot;Goldfingerquot;/strongnbsp;(1964) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $597,363,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $51,081,062 bull; Director: Guy Hamilton bull; Starring: Sean Connery, Gert Frouml;be54 of 101
  • 47. strongquot;Beverly Hills Copquot; /strong(1984) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $605,021,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $234,760,478 bull; Director: Martin Brest bull; Starring: Eddie Murphy, Judge Reinhold55 of 101
  • 46. strongquot;Cleopatraquot;/strong (1963) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $605,323,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $57,777,778 bull; Director: Joseph L. Mankiewicz bull; Starring: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton56 of 101
  • 45. strongquot;Pinocchioquot;/strong (1940) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $607,304,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $84,254,167 bull; Director: Various bull; Starring: Dickie Jones, Christian Rub57 of 101
  • 44.strong quot;Star Wars: The Last Jediquot;/strong (2017) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $609,026,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $620,181,382 bull; Director: Rian Johnson bull; Starring: Daisy Ridley, John Boyega58 of 101
  • 43.strong quot;Home Alonequot; /strong(1990) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $610,285,100 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $285,761,243 bull; Director: Chris Columbus bull; Starring: Macaulay Culkin, Joe Pesci59 of 101
  • 42. strongquot;Independence Dayquot;/strong (1996) bull; Domestic gross (adjustednbsp;for inflation): $624,112,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $306,169,268 bull; Director: Roland Emmerich bull; Starring: Will Smith, Bill Pullman60 of 101
  • 41. strongquot;Spider-Manquot;/strong (2002) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $626,057,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $403,706,375 bull; Director: Sam Raimi bull; Starring: Tobey Maguire, Kirsten Dunst61 of 101
  • 40. strongquot;Love Storyquot;/strong (1970) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $630,683,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $106,397,186nbsp; bull; Director: Arthur Hiller bull; Starring: Ali MacGraw, Ryan ONeal62 of 101
  • 39. strongquot;Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kidquot;/strong (1969) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $635,726,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $102,308,889 bull; Director: George Roy Hill bull; Starring: Paul Newman, Robert Redford63 of 101
  • 38. strongquot;Shrek 2quot;/strong (2004) bull; Domestic gross (adjustednbsp;for inflation): $640,168,900 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $441,226,247 bull; Director: Andrew Adamson, Kelly Asbury, Conrad Vernon bull; Starring: Mike Myers, Eddie Murphy64 of 101
  • 37. strongquot;Ghostbustersquot; /strong(1984) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $641,275,300nbsp; bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $242,212,467 bull; Director: Ivan Reitman bull; Starring: Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd65 of 101
  • 36.strong quot;Avengers: Infinity Warquot;/strong (2018) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $652,501,800 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $678,815,482 bull; Director: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo bull; Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Hemsworth66 of 101
  • 35. strongquot;Sleeping Beautyquot; /strong(1959) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $654,811,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $51,600,000 bull; Director: Various bull; Starring: Mary Costa, Bill Shirley67 of 101
  • 34. strongquot;The Jungle Bookquot; /strong(1967) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $663,856,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $141,843,612 bull; Director: Wolfgang Reitherman bull; Starring: Phil Harris, Sebastian Cabot68 of 101
  • 33. strongquot;The Dark Knightquot; /strong(2008) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $671,299,400 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $535,234,033 bull; Director: Christopher Nolan bull; Starring: Christian Bale, Heath Ledger69 of 101
  • 32.strong quot;Thunderballquot;/strongnbsp;(1965) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $673,948,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $63,595,658 bull; Director: Terence Young bull; Starring: Sean Connery, Claudine Auger70 of 101
  • 31. strongquot;Black Pantherquot;/strong (2018) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $687,213,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $700,059,566 bull; Director: Ryan Coogler bull; Starring: Chadwick Boseman, Michael B. Jordan71 of 101
  • 30. strongquot;The Avengersquot;/strong (2012) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $692,699,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $623,357,910 bull; Director: Joss Whedon bull; Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans72 of 101
  • 29. strongquot;Greasequot;/strong (1978) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $694,658,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $189,969,103 bull; Director: Randal Kleiser bull; Starring: John Travolta, Olivia Newton-John73 of 101
  • 28. strongquot;Mary Poppinsquot;/strong (1964) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $704,418,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $102,272,727 bull; Director: Robert Stevenson bull; Starring: Julie Andrews, Dick Van Dyke74 of 101
  • 27. strongquot;Forrest Gumpquot;/strong (1994) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $708,317,800 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $330,252,182 bull; Director: Robert Zemeckis bull; Starring: Tom Hanks, Robin Wright75 of 101
  • 26. strongquot;The Godfatherquot;/strong (1972) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $711,092,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $134,966,411 bull; Director: Francis Ford Coppola bull; Starring: Marlon Brando, Al Pacino76 of 101
  • 25. strongquot;Jurassic Worldquot; /strong(2015) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $712,233,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $652,270,625 bull; Director: Colin Trevorrow bull; Starring: Chris Pratt, Bryce Dallas Howard77 of 101
  • 24. strongquot;Fantasiaquot;/strong (1940) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $748,221,700 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $76,408,097 bull; Director: Various bull; Starring: Leopold Stokowski, Deems Taylor78 of 101
  • 23.strong quot;The Graduatequot;/strong (1967) bull; Domestic gross (adjustedfor inflation): $771,047,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $104,945,305 bull; Director: Mike Nichols bull; Starring: Dustin Hoffman, Anne Bancroft79 of 101
  • 22. strongquot;Raiders of the Lost Arkquot;/strong (1981) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $797,776,400 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $248,159,971 bull; Director: Steven Spielberg bull; Starring: Harrison Ford, Karen Allen80 of 101
  • 21. strongquot;The Stingquot; /strong(1973) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $803,177,100 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $156,000,000 bull; Director: George Roy Hill bull; Starring: Paul Newman, Robert Redford81 of 101
  • 20. strongquot;The Lion Kingquot;/strong (1994) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $803,209,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $422,783,777 bull; Director: Roger Allers, Rob Minkoff bull; Starring: Matthew Broderick, Jeremy Irons82 of 101
  • 19. strongquot;Star Wars: The Phantom Menacequot;/strong (1999) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $813,711,800 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $474,544,677 bull; Director: George Lucas bull; Starring: Ewan McGregor, Liam Neeson83 of 101
  • 18. strongquot;Jurassic Parkquot;/strong (1993) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $825,894,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $402,828,120 bull; Director: Steven Spielberg bull; Starring: Sam Neill, Laura Dern84 of 101
  • 17. strongquot;Avengers: Endgamequot;/strong (2019) bull; Domestic gross: $831,170,637 bull; Director: Anthony Russo, Joe Russo bull; Starring: Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans85 of 101
  • 16. strongquot;Star Wars: Return of the Jediquot;/strong (1983) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $847,475,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $309,306,177 bull; Director: Richard Marquand bull; Starring: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford86 of 101
  • 15. strongquot;Avatarquot;nbsp;/strong(2009) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $876,759,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $760,507,625 bull; Director: James Cameron bull; Starring: Sam Worthington, Zoe Saldana87 of 101
  • 14.strong quot;Ben-Hurquot;/strong (1959) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $883,402,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $74,422,622 bull; Director: William Wyler bull; Starring: Charlton Heston, Jack Hawkins88 of 101
  • 13.strong quot;Star Wars: The Empire Strikes Backquot;/strong (1980) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $884,607,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $290,475,067 bull; Director: Irvin Kershner bull; Starring: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford89 of 101
  • 12. strongquot;One Hundred and One Dalmatiansquot;/strong (1961) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $900,254,400 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $144,880,014 bull; Director: Clyde Geronimi, Hamilton Luske, Wolfgang Reitherman bull; Starring: Rod Taylor, Betty Lou Gerson90 of 101
  • 11. strongquot;Star Wars: The Force Awakensquot;/strong (2015) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $974,117,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $936,662,225 bull; Director: J.J. Abrams bull; Starring: Daisy Ridley, John Boyega91 of 101
  • 10. strongquot;Snow White and the Seven Dwarfsquot;/strong (1937) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $982,090,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $184,925,486 bull; Director: Various bull; Starring: Adriana Caselotti, Harry Stockwell92 of 101
  • 9. strongquot;The Exorcistquot; /strong(1973) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $996,498,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $232,906,145 bull; Director: William Friedkin bull; Starring: Ellen Burstyn, Max von Sydow93 of 101
  • 8. strongquot;Doctor Zhivagoquot;/strong (1965) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1,118,460,500 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $111,721,910 bull; Director: David Lean bull; Starring: Omar Sharif, Julie Christie94 of 101
  • 7. strongquot;Jawsquot;/strong (1975)nbsp;bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1,153,990,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $260,000,000 bull; Director: Steven Spielberg bull; Starring: Roy Scheider, Robert Shaw95 of 101
  • 6. strongquot;The Ten Commandmentsquot; /strong(1956) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1,180,310,000 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $65,500,000 bull; Director: Cecil B. DeMille bull; Starring: Charlton Heston, Yul Brynner96 of 101
  • 5. strongquot;Titanicquot;/strong (1997) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1,221,303,800 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $659,363,944 bull; Director: James Cameron bull; Starring: Leonardo DiCaprio, Kate Winslet97 of 101
  • 4. strongquot;E.T.: The Extra-Terrestrialquot;/strong (1982) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1,278,107,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $435,110,554 bull; Director: Steven Spielberg bull; Starring: Henry Thomas, Drew Barrymore98 of 101
  • 3. strongquot;The Sound of Musicquot;/strongnbsp;(1965) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1,283,791,300 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $159,287,539 bull; Director: Robert Wise bull; Starring: Julie Andrews, Christopher Plummer99 of 101
  • 2. strongquot;Star Warsquot; /strong(1977) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1,604,857,600 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $460,998,007 bull; Director: George Lucas bull; Starring: Mark Hamill, Harrison Ford100 of 101
  • 1. strongquot;Gone With the Windquot; /strong(1939) bull; Domestic gross (adjusted for inflation): $1,822,598,200 bull; Domestic gross (unadjusted): $200,852,579 bull; Director: Victor Fleming bull; Starring: Clark Gable, Vivien Leigh101 of 101

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